Israel Police receive 20 new dogs for K-9 unit from Czech Republic

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August 18, 2016 15:38

 
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Twenty new dogs to be employed in Israel Police canine units arrived to Israel on Thursday from the Czech Republic.

The dogs, all aged one-year-old, were taken for inspections before beginning a half-year training program, after which they will be integrated with the exists 220 police K-9s.


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